Blurred vision

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Blurred vision
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An example of blurred vision
SpecialtyOphthalmology, optometry
CausesRefractive error

Blurred vision is an ocular symptom where vision becomes less precise and there is added difficulty to resolve fine details.

The small print in an ingredients list is clear to healthy young eyes

Causes[edit]

There are many causes of blurred vision:

References[edit]

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